BN TV reporter Vladimir Kovacevic was beaten up in front of his home after reporting on protests seeking justice for 21-year-old David Dragicevic, who died under suspicious circumstances in March.
Iranian president tried to inspire unity among centrists, moderate conservatives and hardliners by blaming "this bunch of anti-Iranian officials in the White House", but lawmakers were unconvinced.
Analysts at Oxford Economics forecast Iranian economy will contract by 3.7% in 2019 as Washington blocks Islamic Republic’s lifeline oil exports.
Russia's internet major Yandex and the government of the federal republic of Tatarstan signed an agreement on development of driverless transportation, under which Yandex will create a test zone for driverless vehicles in Innopolis, Kazan.
Investors badly need some clarity on economic policy moving ahead concludes analyst as lira resumes its slide.
The producer of the legendary AK-47 machine gun presented a concept "electric supercar" at the international forum Army-2018. The retro look light-blue model was billed as a Russian rival to Tesla.
London-based billionaire Roman Abramovich is considering selling his stake in Chelsea football club and has been forced to sell part of his holding in Russia's First Channel after taking Israeli citizenship.
Stern words follow Iran’s threats to blockade waterway if Washington sanctions take toll on country’s lifeline oil exports.
Creating a regional economic zone is seen as a way to boost trade and investment and has been strongly encouraged by EU officials.
The proposed expansion of the Nord Stream gas pipeline in Europe’s north, running from Russia’s Yamal gas fields to the German coast, has split Europe down the middle.
After a decade of growth, Russian supermarket chains are running up against constraints to growth – both in terms of saturation in local markets and market share limits – and are switching their focus from organic growth to higher profits.
With analysts warning that a recession is ahead, sentiment falls to the lowest level seen in four and a half years.
Since Russia closed down its casinos and banned gambling in all but four far-away enclaves, cardsharps have been looking for a new home. They might have found it in Minsk, the Belarusian capital.
With political and economic challenges far from resolved, currency loses more than 3% by late afternoon.
National security advisor John Bolton says Washington won't stand in the way of a potential deal between Belgrade and Pristina despite warnings from German Chancellor Angela Merkel that a land swap could destabilise the Balkans.
US SEC investigators are looking into whether middleman companies selling Microsoft software in Hungary paid bribes and kickbacks to government officials.
Russia will e-auction 50% of the crab fishing quotas for 2018-2019 to create conditions for the entry of new players
Workers from the Uljanik shipyard in Pula will rally outside the government headquarters to demand their salaries are paid months after the EC approved state support for the troubled shipbuilder.
Lawmakers, disgruntled at what they see as a lack of government preparation in advance of US sanctions, claim a second scalp in less than a month. President Rouhani now set to appear before them within days.
Hungarian PM Viktor Orban son-in-law takes huge chunk in BSE-listed company confirming business links to the Meszaros family for the first time